The best route to hike up mountkenya tour

There are three established routes to climb mountkenya,sirimon route,chogoria route,Naromoru route,below is the most convinient route and easier for a starter5 Day sirimon route.

Day 1: Nairobi/Nanyuki/Old Moses
Departure from Nairobi at 0730 hrs from your hotel and transfer to Nanyuki
arriving after 3 hours. Later transfer to Sirimon gate and hike to Old
Moses camp for overnight (3300m), 3 to 4 hrs hikes (9kms). Old Moses camp
is where you acclimatize as you also come across different vegetation.

Day 2: Old Moses - Shiptons
After breakfast Hike to Shipton's camp (4200m )through Liki and Makinders
valley for overnight (6 to 8 hrs hikes).

Day 3: Full Day acclimatization.
For better acclimatization you can take a rest day at the Shipton camp.
Short walks/day hikes are possible on the summit climb to Oblong and
Hausberg tarns gaining an elevation of 370m before returning to the camp
for lunch. Afternoon is at leisure. N.B: Climbing high and sleeping low is
excellent for acclimatization – but you can do that almost as well
toughing in the sun watching the eagles!

Day 4: Shipton Camp/Point Lenana/Judmaier Camp (Old Moses Camp)
9-10hrs, 16km Leave at 3am up a steep stony quarry that cuts through a
cliff clearing visible part towards lower Hall Tarns arriving point Lenana
at 6:30am, taking about 3hrs. After the sunrise, descend down to Shipton
Camp, 2hrs, for breakfast and further, 4hrs, down to Old Moses Camp for
dinner and overnight, B,L,D.

Day 5: Judamaier Camp (Old moses)/Sirimon/Nairobi 2-3hrs, 9km
After breakfast, walk down through the rainforest for 2 hours to connect
with your transport vehicle back to Nairobi.

price enquire from the booking form

The following items are included in the above prices:

    All transportation to/from the mountain.(sharing shuttle )
    All Park fees.
    All food while on the Mountain.
    Accommodation in mountain huts/ camping where applicable.
    All guiding services
    Porter support for the climb

Not included

     Personal clothing and equipment
    Tips and gratuities for guides and porters
    Beverages while not on the mountain